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59 views

Indicating list item is pressed

What would be the most conventional way in showing that an item has been pressed in the list below... that would fit into my current design?
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3answers
117 views

Is Responsive Design good for web based software? [duplicate]

I am developing an email software/service similar to gmail and thunderbird, but I am wondering if it is a good idea to have a responsive design or also have apps for different devices?
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1answer
98 views

Position Of Buttons

I am trying to decide where to place my main buttons on my app home screen. Considering most screens are getting larger on apps, i think it makes more sense to place all of the buttons at the ...
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1answer
56 views

How often should you redesign the user interface of a mobile app (non-consumer)? [closed]

Is there a published best-practice or recommendation for how often the user interface of a mobile app (professional/enterprise not consumer) should be totally redesigned? If so, could someone please ...
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2answers
256 views

Best way to represent gender

I am building a social app, but I'm stuck at one place. I have to show the gender of a user. I was thinking of a few things- Maybe i could show those gender icons like these,besides every user name. ...
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4answers
353 views

Food app UI decision - clean/realistic vs fun/game-like [closed]

I am in an early stage of designing a food-related mobile app with a social component. I have two main options: Clean, simplistic approach with focusing on the food images as the main attraction. ...
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1answer
150 views

Improving the process flow and increasing the clarity of my mobile app

I've been redeveloping the notifications/ride sharing option in my taxi booking and sharing application. The Premise When a user requests a seat in a taxi you've booked, then you receive a ...
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1answer
64 views

How would I reflect the possible changes to the journey that could follow a decision?

I'm currently working on the UI wireframing for a taxi booking and sharing app. When a user requests a seat in a taxi you've booked, then you receive a notification. Prior to making a decision of ...
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2answers
261 views

How to avoid a too cluttered UI on mobile devices?

One of the features of my mobile application, is the facility to request a seat on a journey. The user can view details about the journey, and then selects the "x sharing" link to pop down ...
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2answers
128 views

Is this notification page for my taxi-booking/sharing app clear enough?

I've recently redone the UI wireframing for my taxi booking/sharing app's notification screen. On the notifications screen, the user receives updates on any taxi share requests or messages they ...
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1answer
88 views

How do you deal with notifications that cause changes to a situation or require a response

I have a bit of a dilemma. The above screenshot shows the UI wireframing I'm doing for a taxi-booking and sharing mobile app. Now when a user requests a seat in a taxi you've booked, a couple of ...
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2answers
109 views

Is the following phrase appropriate for my notifications screen?

I'm working on a mobile app which allows users to book and share taxi journeys. One of the features in the app is a notifications screen which alerts the user each time they get a request for a seat ...
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4answers
163 views

Is this rebook/more button in my UI in the right place?

I'm worried that it is taking up too much real-estate at the moment - and the massive gap besides the button that can be used for something else or perhaps be made less apparent. What do you think? ...
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256 views

Standardising the back/forward/cancel/book buttons at different stages on a wizard-style form

I'm having a bit of dilemma here. As the user moves through the different screens in my booking wizard below, I'm a bit worried about the buttons at the bottom of the screen, how can I standardise or ...
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1answer
237 views

How can I make this step by step booking process more seamless?

How would I make this step by step taxi booking process more seamless? A few concerns I have: Is using swipe left/right good practice when using a wizard step by step UX element? The final page ...
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3answers
423 views

How would you restructure the following taxi booking menu screen to make it more effective?

How would you restructure the taxi booking menu screen below? It seems a bit painful expecting the user to bounce forward/back each time they need to enter or change something? How can I improve ...
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5answers
470 views

Improving the “booking page” for a taxi booking mobile application

I'm currently working on a taxi booking application and have got to the stage where I need to design the "Book" page where the user can create a new advance taxi booking. The features are as follows: ...
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1answer
130 views

How would I include additional waypoints on the following GUI

At the moment the waypoint/via-point option on my GUI only has room for the current available waypoint (in this case Shenley Brook End, which the user can select) and another waypoint the user can ...
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4answers
450 views

Radios on mobile apps - yes or no?

Is it a good idea to use radios on mobile apps? If not, how would you improve the below design?
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2answers
312 views

Importance of colors in a mobile application?

I am software + hardware engineer who possibly does a same common job as others with a similar qualification. I am under the process of designing, developing and publishing a mobile application where ...
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1answer
98 views

Improving the “request seat” page for taxi sharing application

A taxi sharing application that I'm working on as part of a university project has a "request seat" option. I've spent the afternoon working on the interface (arguably the most important UI element of ...
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5answers
406 views

User profile design for mobile appliation

Above is a sample user profile summary section for a taxi booking app that I've been working on. It seemed flawed conceptually for several reasons. The icon on the left is meant to represent the ...
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3answers
176 views

Dealing with clutter on user profile activity feeds

The below image represents a sample activity feed from a taxi booking mobile app that I'm working on. I've looked at several timeline examples on Pttrns website and came up with the following ...
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4answers
277 views

Alternative method of displaying notification alert to user with awkward icons

Due to the awkward nature of my notification icon, I've been forced to settle with a red dot near the notifications icon, which seems less than ideal from a UX point of view particularly because it ...
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2answers
214 views

Design considerations when adding a “Sign in with Facebook” button

Where is the best place to place the Sign in with Facebook button? Is it even necessary to place it on the splash, login and signup screens? I've been working on a mobile application, and would ...
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1answer
550 views

Android mobile app design conventions [closed]

I'm currently designing UI/UX of a mobile app for android. I'm now stuck with not knowing where to start. Are there any layout, aligning style conventions for android design like in IOS? I have looked ...
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1answer
175 views

How to represent this app trick? [closed]

I have designed an Android app for love calculator, but I have given two radio buttons on the upper left and right corner : These radio buttons don't have any labels because they are used to ...
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1answer
109 views

Displaying links to Privacy Policy and terms of Use on App

I'm creating a mobile app (for iPhone) for a product which has a website right now. The website Log In/sign up page consists of links to the Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, FAQ, consent Policy, Contact ...
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3answers
133 views

Is it necessary to show the name of the application on the screen?

For a mobile application, should all views show the name of the application? On the one hand, we don't want the user to get lost, but on the other, it could just take up space. Is there a UI best ...